germanwings doubles Pristina network to eight routes

  • germanwings, the low-cost carrier owned by Lufthansa, has added four new links to Pristina (PRN) in Kosovo. The carrier already operates weekly flights from its four bases at Berlin Schönefeld, Cologne/Bonn, Hannover and Stuttgart, but from this winter it also has scheduled flights from Düsseldorf (DUS), Frankfurt (FRA), Hamburg (HAM) and Munich (MUC). These new routes operate weekly with A319s, except Düsseldorf and Munich that offer each three weekly flights. This marks the first international services operated by germanwings from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich. Last year, Pristina International Airport handled 1.3 million passengers. In the first half of 2011, demand was up just over 10%. Other new routes launched this year to Pristina include seasonal services from Gothenburg and Oslo (both operated by Norwegian) and year-round service to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (operated by Pegasus) and from Vienna, operated by airberlin subsidiary niki.

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